Hierarchical Neural Network Structures for Phoneme Recognition
In this book, hierarchical structures based on neural networks are investigated for automatic speech recognition. These structures are mainly evaluated within the phoneme recognition task under the Hybrid Hidden Markov Model/Artificial Neural Network (HMM/ANN) paradigm. The baseline hierarchical scheme consists of two levels each which is based on a Multilayered Perceptron (MLP). Additionally, the output of the first level is used as an input for the second level. This system can be substantially speeded up by removing the redundant information contained at the output of the first level.
Simplifies the analysis in spoken language dialogue systemsInvestigates hierarchical structures based on neural networks for automatic speech recognitionWritten for academic and industrial researchers in speech recognition